No pre-marinating or slicing meat ahead of time for this classic Korean beef dish. Just dump in the pot, and dinner ready in 15 minutes.
use th.While carnivores chomp on slaughtered animals at a Korean BBQ bash, the vegans do need something to eat besides bean sprouts. These mushrooms mimic the same flavors and cook in just about 15 minutes.
No meat? No problem! These 7 Korean recipes have enough flavor on their own without all the animal protein. Check out how vegan friendly Korean cuisine can be with these easy, beginner recipes.
Get your daily Popeye spinach allowance with the easiest recipe ever for this Korean sesame spinach side dish.
For the sake of your own sanity, please make japchae vegan. No need to cook and slice meat and egg in this recipe, since you have enough things to do in your life already. You are enough, and the veggies are enough.
Yes! Kimchi that is fast, easy, and tasty. Check! Make in the height of summer when fresh pickling cucumbers are around or when you see cucumbers in the market! Just needs a few ingredients and less than 30 minutes to prepare.
There are some vegetarian noodle dishes where you might “miss” the meat and compensate with cheese. These vegan Korean black bean noodles, however, are so full flavored and complete just on their own.
This cool Korean seaweed salad is uber healthy, quick to make, and HIGHLY ADDICTIVE. Make this all-time favorite, classic side dish quickly and easily from your pantry.
Everyone loves hot Korean Soft Tofu Soup, aka Soondubu Jigae, but do you love making it at home? What exactly is in that bubbling black cauldron it’s served in at restaurants?
The fifth taste is not “umami” but pungency according to Korean cuisine, and it’s on full display in this very easy kimchi recipe. Make it from scratch without buying a lot of ingredients.
Well, doesn’t this look like a red hot mess. This kimchi pork stir fry is just what you need at the end of a long day, to eat what you feel because your manager said something inflammatory.
Can you boil water? If so, you can make this bean sprout side dish found in nearly every Korean restaurant.
Korean melons, pronounced “chamoe” in Korean, are a unique fruit precisely for their crispiness, quite unlike any other melon.
Kimchi fried rice gets a vegan makeover. A few additional ingredients make it just as luscious as the meat version.